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Polynucleotide-based biostimulator is a preparation based on natural polynucleotides. These small fragments of nucleic acids are found in all organisms and are fully biocompatible with the human body.

Thanks to its properties, the biostimulator demonstrates three mechanisms of action: lifting, antioxidanting and hydrating, thus stimulating the skin to renew and regenerate.

Due to its action, polynucleotide-based biostimulator is widely used among patients who want to reduce wrinkles and improve the overall condition of the skin, even out its tone and restore elasticity. 


  • Hypoxic and dehydrated skin
  • Skin with signs of aging
  • Presence of wrinkles and furrows
  • Loss of firmness and tension of the skin 
  • Dark circles and bags under the eyes


  • Pregnancy
  • Breast-feeding
  • Neoplastic diseases
  • Inflammation in the treatment area
  • Skin lesions at the treatment site
  • Herpes simplex and other viral infections


Number of recommended treatments in a series: 4 treatments at an interval of 2-4 weeks.
Depending on the skin condition and treatment site, the doctor selects the appropriate variant of the product (Soft, Medium or Strong). For some patients, it is possible to use a so-called combined therapy, which offers the possibility of simultaneous treatment of the face and neck skin. 


Type of service:
Prices from*:
Polycaprolactone-based biostimulator
1500 PLN
Poly-DL-lactide-based biostimulator
2500 PLN
Rh collagen-based biostimulator
1600 PLN
Polynucleotide-based biostimulator
1300 PLN
Calcium hydroxyapatite-based biostimulator
2500 PLN
*Final prices may vary depending on the scope of the service.


Due to the natural properties of polynucleotides, the treatment induces three mechanisms of action: lifting, antioxidating and hydrating, which stimulate the skin to renew and regenerate. 
Given the wide variety of procedure protocols, the treatment may be performed regardless of age and skin type.

The sensations during the treatment are an individual issue dependent on the patient's pain threshold. To reduce any discomfort, the polynucleotide-based biostimulator treatment is performed after previous anaesthesia of the treatment area with anaesthetic ointment. 

The treatment starts with applying an anesthetic cream to the treatment site. After a set period of time, the anaesthetic cream is washed off. The product is then introduced into the skin using a needle or cannula.

After the treatment, the skin may be slightly reddened and injection site may be visible. In addition, slight bruising and reactions such as swelling or tenderness at the injection site may occur. These symptoms should resolve within a few days after the treatment.

After the treatment, the doctor protects the skin with a special post-treatment cream, therefore it is not recommended to apply make-up immediately after the treatment. Make-up may be applied on the following day after the procedure. 

Treatment effects, as well as the number of necessary treatments, depend on several factors: the severity of the problem, the type of treatment performed, as well as individual characteristics of the patient. The more advanced problem, the largest the number of necessary treatments. The usual recommended number is 4 treatments repeated every 2-4 weeks.